5 Best Online Marketing Campaigns of 2014 and What You Should Take Away

Image by: By Mkhmarketing By Richard K. Noots As 2014 has finally ended, it’s time to look back at the most successful marketing campaigns that were launched. Everyday, it gets harder and harder to compete with today’s cutting edge business techniques. Yet, somehow, these guys stood above the rest. Whether they are a just a…

Twitter Nailed it! 10 Breaking News Stories They Got First

By Richard K. Noots Well, Twitter’s done it again! As the website that allows you to post anything you want to the world (as long as it’s short and sweet), it’s managed to gain more and more ground as a place to go for legitimate news stories (in a way). Granted, you don’t want to…

3 Tips for Swim Workouts this Summer

Image by: tpsdave By Robert Spencer For a lot of us, we associate “working out” with a chore. It’s something that is good for us and that we have to do, not something that we choose to do for fun. However, there are plenty of fun workouts that can make exercise fun. We just have…

5 Advertising Tips for Small Business Owners

Image by: Public Domain Pictures By Dexter Lunde It is 2014. There have been some mighty big advances in technology. With the ability to reach millions of people through the internet (especially through social media), what other types of advertising and marketing do you really need? [wp_ad_camp_4] #1) Print Ads? In 2014? Print ads are…

5 Ways to Optimize Your Website for Sales

Image by: fosforix By Dexter Lunde Did you know that (according to a poll done in January of this year by NRF Index. Forrester Research), the top selling products are software, books, music, and flowers which generated approximately $37.05 billion last year. They estimate that the American “online retail industry will be worth $279 billion…

5 Current Real Estate Trends for 2014

Image by: Alexander Stein By Dexter Lunde Selling your home in 2014 may seem scary but let me put some of your fears at rest. The statistics for 2013 were surprisingly good. If 2014 goes as well as 2013 did, foreclosure activity is expected to slow down considerably and mortgage rates are expected to rise….